For me, painting often becomes a meditation in color and form, where the future result is usually not predetermined. My paintings are often colorful and contain a lot of movement.
I work with stoneware ceramics and raku. The stoneware ceramics are fired at high temperatures, which makes the works of art suitable for outdoor use, such as garden decoration for flower beds and more.
Raku is a technique dating back to 16th century Asia. The products are taken directly from the oven and placed in sawdust, straw, or the like, which catches fire from the heat. When sufficient smoke development has been achieved, the object is locked in a barrel with a lid. The result is crackled glazes in all the colors of the rainbow, often with metallic effects.